IGP Adamu has described policing as a tough job but assured that the police under him will redouble its efforts make the country crime free.
Inspector General of Police, Mohammed Adamu has vowed to restructure the police.
He spoke to State House Correspondents shortly after he was confirmed as the substantive IGP by the Police Council chaired by President Muhammadu Buhari, at the presidential villa, Abuja.
Adamu described policing as a tough job but assured that the police under him will redouble its efforts make the country crime free and reduce insecurity to the barest minimum in the country.
The IGP said he also briefed council on the security situation in the country and “the efforts we are putting in place or have put in place to address the security challenges. After the presentation, I was confirmed as the IGP.”
The meeting had all 36 governors and chairman of the Police Service Commission (PSC), Musliu Smith in attendance.
Adamu was appointed as acting IG on the 15th January this year by President Buhari. If his appointment is confirmed, he will be the 20th IGP of the country.